Connecticut State Police have arrested a man accused of making threatening statements at the Norwalk DMV.
Police said a DMV employee reported the customer made comments like “Today seems like a good day to shoot to kill," and implied he would come back another time.
Officers caught up with the customer, identified as, 55-year-old Gregory Plaia of North Canaan, and discovered he was armed. When they searched his home they found 10 guns.
Police said Plaia was coorperative and none of the weapons were banned or prohibited. He is charged with second-degree threatening and second-degree breach of peace.
Plaia was released on a $10,000 bond and is due in court on September 13.
Police remind the public to stay vigilant and report any suspicious or concerning behavior.